Nova Scotia Homes & Businesses with Access to High-Speed Internet

UPDATED Aug 15, 2019
423 Stakeholders Contacted
249 Prospective Homes/Businesses Connected
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Will be in parts of the communities of

  • Hemford
  • Hemford Forest
  • Bakers Settlement
$476K NS Internet Trust Dollars Committed
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Community Trust Dollars Committed

  • Hemford, Hemford Forest & Bakers Settlement $233,486
  • Ashdale, Minasville & East Walton $20,800
  • McPhersons Mills, Blue Mountain & Eden Lake $64,000
  • Scots Bay $23,000
  • Chignecto & Halfway River $25,800
  • New Salem & Apple River $42,400
  • Diligent River $16,000
  • Greenfield, Middlefield, Maitland Bridge & Pleasant River $22,500
  • West Lochaber & North Lochaber $28,000

Total Investment $475,986

39 Stakeholders Updates
211 Kilometres Backbone Network
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Community Kilometres of Backbone Network

  • Hemford, Hemford Forest & Bakers Settlement: 20
  • Ashdale, Minasville & East Walton: 29
  • McPhersons Mills, Blue Mountain & Eden Lake: 37
  • Scots Bay: 10
  • Chignecto & Halfway River: 26
  • New Salem & Apple River: 21
  • Diligent River: 13
  • Greenfield, Middlefield, Maitland Bridge & Pleasant River: 41
  • West Lochaber & North Lochaber: 14

Total Kilometres 211

$3.2M Dollars Leveraged

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